#578- General design: I always switch to Plain View

http://www.intellij.net/tracker/netprofiler/viewSCR?publicId=578
This is a general question about the design of dotrace.

The first thing I do is to switch to plain view, otherwise the result is useless. I do not see the point of the hotspot, because very seldom function with very big "own time" is the problem. The problem is normally that a whole call-tree should be done in a much more optimized way. Maybe there should be 2 hotspots: own and total.

Secondly, I have an ASP.NET application which some extra threads handling jobs and logging. These are delayed using Thread.Sleep. However, dotrace counts the Sleep time, so about 97% of my total time is spent in these extra threads. I think Thread.Sleep should be ignored.

P.s. Please fix the "remember sorting", I am tired of clicking on the total time column header all the time.

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I'd like to second the request for Thread.Sleep time to be ignored.

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Most of these issues will be fixed in 2.0.

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http://www.intellij.net/tracker/netprofiler/viewSCR?publicId=578

State of this request was changed from "Submitted" to "Open"

Priority: Normal
Planned for version: Not for 1.1.x

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